Our program has a number of research advantages, allowing our students to thrive:

  • Strong ties to community for research including the Minnesota Department of Health and several large multi-national corporations.
  • Unique position to conduct research within the Academic Health Center setting.
  • Close faculty oversight.
  • Multiple, large, and existing occupational and general population cohorts from which projects may be generated.
  • Multiple cross-functional projects available in diverse areas like agriculture and injuries in addition to traditional occupational assessments.
  • Pool of epidemiologic, statistical, and biological expertise within faculty ranks.
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